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AS n tit InrnxM and mmlite the IsV r the iit .... . - .- i and aiwxrtaht urg the ariey, ft- U V.rf'J, v lU xV 7 Rrmt- armfatse IkeVmtei Htttrl of Amertre, in f ntrti frmUrU, Tltat, frum ( ift-f 1li f Ihw Art, IKI fit r id ah 11 rvrntt Ui tppniUtiif fll 14 Wfi 41 my ( the L'mttd HU, Bulr b aitall Uv brHi ruining and ipprovrd by in aruy wiliml hmti, to eun4 bf biA U-m than tlrf nrrnm nr Maiatant airprjrs be alia II W dc?flatt1 itial purp by b HcrHary Wm; and m per a1!l rini iifKMuWrit 1 torfnM M ts army 1 Uk t'nitl tUIH nhlrm bo aliall trnrnd H U Cvo ynar m aaaiatiM mil fruit, and aBiim, h idiall ba br ivund by m rmy Mjical board eutwtituM U itcaaahl Hc & Ami I it fvrtk Mrfd T)m1 ttMt "ir puna In tb army tit t'itd Hal aUH Im mli lu ku nnlHr law aay bmI 4mWiia f MMut ( ad fti kMatant aurreucta, wbo afi!l ba awtad fmm, liail U atrlitUd to th pay and twJmm-nia MBUaii tad thoa bo afwll vrd Im lltan Cr ymr, ti pa tad mmIunm-iiU of t f)r lui ' Matt nod ftiti Mfat IMatanI turfi adall l amMln! to racmrt th m iltawaoe (ur Lngt aa Ux-y are at BTallt ratitM to. fte. A4b it furlkft nrit4, That rronr wir- !'naaj and UMant mtm wba aliall arl Ml ijlf imi yxara m thwe fmW, rptirly, ahall MititM to mm u incm-rtH.. prr day. ,.,! undar Itoa Act Apyrovad: Jum 90th. IH (PUMJC, No- M.) A 17 ACT eoocwrruflf naval pmmna, and th ru vy pmnmi TOTVt tU it Enmrt4, 6 lJU ,Vul aad '' Rryn-r. aajfniat fwifrd fttttri of Ammrm, in 4 Wnf rraa itaawHrV, Thit all (n pravaMmw and bciwfita r 1 In Art 0 Um tventt-rivhtb Jurvx, on tlmmauiH rigUl Mdrad and IfttWr-lw nntrtUd "An Ail (urtlut to rrUnd th p-naon brHrdur mnlfJ to l nliw cd pafwtf killed, and win. dwd in the naval avirr," 1 wiae dwyiMnl i by the UiiiImI Huttv, within tJir Kute b eiUnMd tut another torm id1 (lv yr to all tlx" of Ohio, and Iim:Ii wixiUI uthirrw iar brrmne tli pro wbo hava hrrHiv Ud th bmeflt of th prrty th Hutu of Indiana, iu irtun tif " An Act to til, a4 tlx aaina ar borby aim rtmW to th grant artlaio quautily nf laud to Oxj Huta of ImJii-,- aridwwa nf wfBrw. -wntmnK and mannm who- hw oVm fir fhr (mrpfaw nf ndinjrunch ft m oniimir a rd m IM natal aurvic aiw iho Ural day January, canal to mnni-ri lh waua of Ox Wlmh nrr with MM bhunwl)- iHgtit bandrwd and thirty-fciur, ur wttoinay tlx uf Ultn &," aiH.irwted March aHcimJ, rijrhliii dx aa aaxl trM;, by rnawia 'if di"m" rontrtrbNl, 1 ' hundred ami twnttyHwvMU, the canal cmmuMwHmeraau - Matiattir y drowning or otlrwte, or " injria j trxmznd In krau thu taiwla trranted an afr-aMl Gjt Uw - mid whilir in the line- of thm dnty, and x I of the ranal within the rltat f hx be, and thry aon of 111011 arxViwa ahall cnm-neitre. frum Uie mitfe , are bi-n-hy. aiUWiM-d to aehrt an rqual quantity fViim of thw Art r IVwrd, That every pfffum hervlx the afternatr ertm which wixild ntberwiae bvlunj fmntod,ahall oeaae on Ui death or marraire of audi Ui the I'mti-tl Sutr in Uiv divteum undi-r auxl Act, or vidow. frrxn the Uixta m-iilly arouirnd by in:liwe fWxn the tiec 2- "AjU b it furtkrr ttutrUi, That luera ba , Irxliam, frr iVtxn ruher larxfa In the mii.'hlflxd near reimbursed to the navy pcnmrai fiitxl, out of any iixxi' y ; . mr nH caiul, an thev ahall think pruiier; ami Itl tho Treanurr rx otherwue tnpniriateil, the nwt of' tn Htijrk of the Dank of Columbia, lierudl ire piirrha- m"1 by the erwnnilinxxieni of the aaid IiiimI, an-t which now remaina nnreileemMl by the aaid llaiik, 'V"lnr with tntereat therwai from lha period at which aid Hank Mated to pay mtere. to b time nf the reim baraeanent, the aaid atnrk ahall be tra nefnrr-d bv th rWretary of the Nary to Uie TreaareT of the (uited butea. ApyroraJ: J una KhJ34. PUniJC, No. M AN ACT to atuUi l'ortof..ury at N.tch m jwa,eraJ portiof delivery. and M aauaippi, and croaLmif ftif other lHiriaaea. Be U niwe!d, b, Ikf .Vnata oad Hm of K'fr- . -tuiafiar 1 01 if the lifted mfeto Aaienea) ti tVm- ,U.J TK.1 all tlw, maia. harhiav. ahorej aud rraa m-rmUti, That all the porta, ha r bum, ahorew aud . watera, ta wa iwiaaiaaipui rivr, wtuuu utu .nw u iia ' ' aaaMppt be, and they are hereby, conatituied a collec tion uiatrict, by tla uaine of Uia Natchea dietrwt, aiui , Wlly an.ll i,, aaUhtiahed at Natrhet aaxl . axaUict, aud a coiloctof ahall ba appointed, who ahall 7 girt Uia uaual bond required of anch ofBcera, and be tkv l AJ otU furtkrr m-x-reJ, T.at all marla! ','reuU 'v h'c'," rooeodinf to the mid purl of NauA-i. (row any port Ji" J ' ,;n,"H1 r plaoa W trfoitfB Cixuitrioa, auali atop. and report h.-r Approved : JtKh June. IKH prooeodi or 11U04 i amiv- ai ttur iirt ia New Ortuaiu: and before anch t ' eal ahall oroceod on bar vovajra to Uie aa ul port off r Natchaa. it ahall b trie dmyw tteolleeitet(H aaxl part aa limmikUmam tootuat o baud any wtrhTi-tiwIl .i-.v... CUtooHxUM- pthcer, Who aliall rornain on unarm aucn tea-aL uniil Jk .axiualal lliM-aaul port gralfliCi'', and it ahall ba the duty uf aoch cuxtouv-liou-a officer to , Ukt rweaMwion at, and -foly keep, all Uh) papera belonjH liir to ucn iwei, oavuii rvnuwi hi uw iru.giu m --1 " T- ' T"t"-t r "IS- t. :l"Ln-A.AyrMi -Hi i,Il4 Vn lutLiaril. aTtiu:!! itauura" haiiliaTl - -- - - Trtrtor nf tw port of Nalclma uuoteJiately aftif bia ar- u n,.i iu uro . ;iT.Taj at laat port ; lnd any ancH vnw, wntcn man ao- , " part from Uia aaid port of New Orleans, wrtltmit auch coatom-bouae otneer on hoard, aliall be mihject to all the ....1,.I'" Vd ..pnhaltnai provxied S hy law lor a vxilalioo vt the roremw lit w of tie? VtrrW- State ';..', - .-...aiaaVaV. AjU Uil futik tuucUJ That the expen- era of the ruatoiiKhouae olTicur wh,ich may be ut on board of any aucb teaxol at New Mptw, ftwn the ' tune of hie being put on board until hia return to Ni;w Orleana, atull be paid by the owmr or ownera of anch -.w..-i.tl0aiaal rsvw.svrv. ; v. " & . . , , j 8ec 4. And 6 it further t tiaceif, That Dorchentcr, ia the 8tto of Maaaachuai-ttM, bo, and the aamu u hero . , by, noclaroJ to be a port uf delivery. 7 8oc ft. Aad 6e it further nmctnl. That, from and at T'ter tha pamge of thta Act, the, port of entry and deli try (of Ui uiatrict of Philadelphia, ehaH be hounded " " Jby the try, yard on the aouth, and Gunner' a run on the north ; any thing in any former law to the contrarj not- wiUMlaittlinir. f - 8ee. & Amd h it furtktr mmettd. That the town of ' Camden, in Uie dialricfof Brklgelmt. in Uie Bute of - New Jeraey, aliall be a port of delmer. and aliall Be aubject to the aarne rejulationa and reetriclione aa otlier ; porta of delivery in the United tjtotee ; and- there ahall . be appointed a aurveyor of the eoatoma'to reaide at aaid V port, who aliall alao perfitrm the dutiea of an iiixpector, and who ahall be entitled to receive the aniiiuj aaJar uf one tiKMimnd doilara and no ore. 8c, 7sJk!4M MJwl her eW-That the aiwj-J of the port of Cawuoa ahall he utixiriied to curol j or of UM nortol ami licenae ahinaar Veasela to be ernoloved in Uie Coaxt , Inf trade and ftaneriev ttmler.th..rviilat;oria.Ant-, ;53S,Biai:HMTjir. aullxiiie aiirvey- "'TJ on under the direction; of the SecretafT of Treaim- rr, to enrol and licenae ahtpa and tmaanii to ae employ ia the eoaMiitf trade and Bidiertt paiWed the enth day of February, eighteen hundred and Unrtv, aa to all afi na and veawl belonrtnt' to Uiat part of toe diatrict of BrxlgnUm, which liee northward of Alloway'a cr-k, in the exinty of Salem. - Bee & Adb4 ttWfVf wwcted. That mil the wm ' tera. ahoraa. inlet, and hat bora, of Uke Miehigan, ly- In? aouth of a point fifty mile north of Uie mouth of firand river, on the east !, ana q uae aixunee north of the mouth of the Sitfwanke riyer on tho weat ..avdrf.aajijjaj and made a part of, the collection dixtrict prjiVtfoiij, in ' tlie TerriUicy urMlcHiyinyTaw to tlie coutrart tmt. " ivitliatandin." : , Mec, 9. AnA b & fltrlhr ewred; That, fWwa- and after the thirtieth dav of September next, all that pert of tbe Bute of New Jeraev, lying north anJ eaat of PliaahethtowB and BUtea Inland, extentim? eaatwaro , ai Ur at the mouth of Uie Kill Van Kull, where it em-! tiea Into the bay of New York, with all the vatere ofj tiu IaMaick and Ihcknnaaek rivers, ahall form a col-1 lection diatrict, to be called the district of Newark, of . hich Uie town of Ke wark anal be tfle port orentrf. Sec 10V Anf be it further eaaWei, That a collector fir the aaid diatrict ahall be appointed, to reside at Newark, wbo ahall. give bond with aecurity, aa provt. dd by -law, fir Uie true tod fiuthfiil perftajmance of Uie dutiea of hia office, ta the tuta of flva thouaand doilara, .n.l ahill be altowed three per centum on all rnoneye I.civf4 t account of thfl utiw aiiaing 00 good. ,r- f,. li.l-f1 ,',.! trii) ,f .!, i mi t'Xll,a(e I at ait i .' ; and the aaai eolii1'if t'wU ai ra i , . . I is vini ii iik aowr i em-num- m li rmmi by kw, annuel mm of Iwe huoHrud sod tfljf soiiare, t ;tt Ixfwavat, W U lim.Ua puvxj u. U. 4 a l irfAf enmrtrd, Tll the Pre., dent of tlm tinted Hun-a be, and In- lirn Ly is, author iW la ftixmi Km mm! i I 1m rixXunvlxxe nt tlx dis trict 1 "Vis-Uiuii'i Iky, in Ilia rttat 1 Ms uie, fnsil n pmMtl mIimUmi tu U town uf iJUwvruj, w f dixt'irt. AprTMndi Nli Juno, 1VL miuc, n wj A AfT (4 tim Vrpsir 1 tlx- Mart If ill rm1iTy fnnit, ' . in Urn Htato Maine. He it f.nmitd, ha the Henmlt and Ihm" f H'f. tentatirtmf the I'mlrd S'llr nf Am-fu, im t'on ff'M armJJrd, Thai Uie Mint 1 u th-sewnd dollar be, and Hi" aatm- N IwrWrv, appropriated ' fh repair of Mar Hill military naxl, 111 toe Mate is Man, wfin b Mim shall h pant imiI (if any uxxx-y tn the Trwiry, nrit otrs-rwsw appmpnated ; Ux? Mate of Maine ha Vine, by rsdv apred the. eighth clay 1 March, iilit'li h'lixlrrd ami tliiiiy-(!Dir, avrn d In umiiim) tlm lfwra!KHi ami rrur, f"n ihJ aMi-r iIh fin4 day nf January, ciruU liuiHfmd ami Ouiiy bv, im mili(Ma Uwl tlto aaid Paul kiiall br ktil III !! iif rciaiir bt ; ' rtVTil"r u" ..D . I " '"n"'7 . Iwtil fir Ike paiaK( any agifi iif rarriatjf , lailt-n with til pnirlr the l'mt"d Hlafrx "f any nmi or military atun-a brlifriiif to 0w ('niled HUlc, ur to any 1 the rttalw. riiwn(f Una I'uioU. A)fuvd ; uiw (rrnijc, Na i AN ACT aiitmi.iijr IW wUcUoa id e-r1 ui Walaab aud Kria Canal land u Uk Hut. 1 (Mint ! 1 Hnftr4, y (A Mr naif mnA lliiutf of Rrwrr arnii 11 i i Mird Hlmlra nf Amrrtrm, in tfcta- , irrni mrmtiUi. Tlial. in lim landa a4d nr iKImt- i)u. 1ihI thu wltt'Uxl xduill be ex(d wxl dixuxed u( the iw the carta I aa otlicr larxla iorpnnted by Hie Act aliirt-MxI. S,-c. 'i And 6c if furlimr enMiirJ, That, in caw of nrliTtxioe of lntvU autlxiriiel by the f. vMi wtIxhi, and which, airreeahlr U) tn-aty atiuolatHxxs nxy liero afti r ba ald by the i'mteil Htalea (i-r the hi-iH-lit of the Indiana, a anon equal to tlie anxmnt SjT which aaid larxf iikv have bin mil J, lxi!l be mm1 rr, by the Treaiai rer of the Unit-d Statea, to the cuxmnif xnier autlxiri nd to rrerive the aanie, the and bxiient of aaal canal. , J?71 L L 7 thf afi,reHl Art, of MnreU arctuxl, ' eilfiiwrn uumin-'i ami iwnm-i iu "in -u. ' and the aeli'ttxaia contemplated by th.a Act nhJI be " - ni l"1'1'' " aelectigna aJorcaaxl. ahall be rfeacr- red frimi eale Sac. 4. Ana t urfAar macfrd. That it rhtll be the duty of the Comunmmner of tha (ieneral Iand (H-tk-at, to forniah aaal cnminifanoncni with I perfect map of Uie aurveyed Uixla on aixl conticuoua to the Mau rnee river within the 8tnte of Ohio, including the landa recently purrhnand from the IiwtianH, carefully mrting Hiixta avhieh have boun aom or otnerwiac tea. J (I'UBliC. Na &4 , AN ACT to procure a boat, in inarble, of the late ,.,.,.,,..,.. .(JhuifVuttlCf flllxHorth, Afr it KnocltJ, y tV-.tmrntr ami Hont of Hm nmtmlitB o7 tkt ifttilei Hiiro of" Amurrico, i Cuw-" rrrtt mttrmUrA. Tluil the Joint (1n11111tte of the two f foUaea of i'ngnm on tlx- Library be, and they are h-rt-ny, antiioriKM ami renuirvfl to conrrici wiw a xit- ri -1- --m- A 1 . . tlJe Anicricau artwt lor uie t-Kcvuiion, it) uwroic, aixj dtdtvery m the Mom of the Huiireitie Uourt of Die L'ni. ted Butea, a boJ of the late Unlet Jtutter rJUworth. Sec 0. And fte if farther enoctrd That, for the mirpnee of carrying thla Act into efTi-ct, there be, nxV hereby nv appropriated, eitflit hiimlred dollart; to be paxt -VMit'of 4liy' itiMirf ut tlx Taeury ooLotiietwiae. apriroririated. Approved: ;)th June, lVI. PL'BIJC, Na 55 AN ACT coiicerning Uie duty on Jead, Be it EiiHHr'if,hylhfftn4itr mrii ffouie'of Remre-' tentatiaet of the UuittU Stain tf America, in Con g re oBtembieJ, That, the duty of Uiree cenui a pound on lead in pixa, barn, and alux-t-i, ahail be cooaulerod aa extendinif to all article mnnufac tared of lead; the va lue of which doea not ex coed double Uiat of Uie raw material of which it tecottipuMed, exceiituitf lead nianu ractured into uiouis and old xemp leadwlnch shall nuy tbe'aarae duties ax liori'lofore : PrnpiileA, Tliat notliuig in Ui'ia aoction ahall extend to or atlect the prentiiit du tiea on red and white lead, allot, augar of load, and litharire. Sec. 2. And be it further enmctnl. That Uie pro- Vision of the aloft-said, aectioii auail be aulijccl to the reductiona iu dutiea proixled for in Uie Act entitled "An Act to nxlify the Act of the finirteenUi of July, one UimMand eiirlit hundred ami thirtv-two, and all other Acta immaunir dutiea on imporU," paxd xecond March, one thoiixand eight hiwdre4ud. tiiutji-ilirtt Approved, 3Uth June, 1KI4 . ' AN ACT. to aid in the. ennatruction of certain Rnails in Uie Territory of Michigan. it trtta, n th snot mna tvmte oj itryre m tnutiv of the vuue.a .wet ojTAinerw, m in. grti ormblti, 1 hat there be, and hereby are appro priated, out of any money in the I reamiry not other wiue amro)riatoa, to he experxW umler Uie direction of the Heeretary f War, in the Territory of Michi gan, Uie fiillowing minw of money, and for Uie fiillow inff iHirpoee, to wit: To Md in opening and conxtructinj tlie Territorial road between Sheldon' on Uie. Chicago mad, and the mouth of tbe.rivcr Ut Jiaieph'a of Lake Michigan, Uie .omoTfwWtty Tto1onlil'-BT(Hl cewrrwcthlf thg-Vf rrtm aal rmt hptwflon Port Lawrence and Adrain, Uie sum of Lm thouaand doilara. To aid in opening and conatrtictin? the Territorial road between Nilea and Uie mrnTtt ' toe river Saint Jtxx'ph'a, Uie sum of ten Uxiuxand doil tra. To aid in opening of Uie Territorial road from Uie village of Clinton, on the Chicago road, through the county of Jackson, to Uie rapid of Grand river, the awn of eight tlKNiaana doilara. - To aid m openfti, bridging, and constroctfng a Ter ritarial road from Vistula, went wanlly, to. Uie Indiana State line, in the direction of Chicago, tea Uiousand dollars: PmtiAeii, ftnteeaer,Tbat tho moneya to be ei ponded AaH be applied upon aucb part of the aeverej ma-la aa may be uxwt dilHeult to mnke, and miming irrincipallr thmnrh the lan I of Uie United Statea, . Apptoved f, June 3UUi ISJ'-l, I.VTL'uNAL IMrROVEMENT. BKVItW Of Tilt NEW JW.NOVKR AM'prM JJf lit titer if tkt AJJrrai tf ill lUrrmil JmproremtiU t'tntrul Cvmmilttt, I'r'Hn the Ad.lrea id tlie Grrerxvlirrg Com. rnitte id Nrwllainnrcr, repulxialir4 in, I hia pa fx f t4 the 2t of Jurat, tlie puUxe will bate aceii, (we think Hut Knout aurprw,) tUt the CV id ml Aiklrrai haa full, n under tlie rlieolcaaure of the llaixivrr Oanniittoe. Ai both CoinmiUoe jrt. ...-. B ' ! ..J . agrea-o inar ueirai r) tem m improreo iraiw port staaild W nrtdettakee) hy tlx blU-,il would have arinel that $oy dilS-mcee between them ai to tlx conmrureinent and kaJua of the worki might have been ducuMed, with wry little eaer nae of ftiHieairanre and rood huruor, witlxiut loa of temper on Cither awte. It baa awmed giod, however, to our Wilmington frierxla, to enter upon (lie examinatwo of tha Central AoVlreaa in very ill Iiuiimxt. Not content with reprolaiting and con ileinning the Addrese with uium axured uxlignatKm, liny have, in their anger, taken upon thfinai-lve to reprehend (be Central Commit to with a tdaui lav a ixl even craeiMMa of xjiew h, which, we prnauiiaB to aay, Blight bare rx-on ajxired, aa ixd arpianng wilb their own aulnt of civility ami gxxj breeding, if not in oVft-rj-nre to (Imi general ly allowed repictalxlitv of the nxlixlualx on tlie Central. Committee, We think it wiM Iw more than neeeuary to ettculpatc tbe Central Commit tee frotn the charge ca-e; ujxifi their atofirri. We fear not to leave their integrity to the public tritk out drfriut. It may, Ixiwever, be of aoine aervice to tlx raue of lutenial IniroveiiMirt toaltcmpt lit viixlxrathai of the Addivaa f the Central Committee from On odium which the Hanover CntmiutU-e labor to beep on it. A we do nut accept the auinuinry "the aum and aulmaix-e, nxnk- out from lluit xi per by the Hanover Committee, a being tlxs true ixx-, we till eixV-avof to make an anahmaof it for the render. It will, we flatter ourxelvee, be ueful injhje, furl her cixxmh-ralxal of tlx; anlijixi Tlie AoMmaa, aflcr a short intnxluction, eontratit the rmlural, ma-ial, aixl udilic-il aJvantiigeH, North Carolina, with her want of political in- MiM-ix.e aixj txihlic wealth. It aHiriiwi we are wiflxxil work of art, without Foreign Commerce, willwait a iix?rcantile liuiriix, wiiImxiI nximiliM-tiire, aixl tlmt our ayalt-m of agriculture ia unxkllful. Il tliarotrr the mure of thete i-vilx, in the hiwikoc tirrneu of ovr lahor. An inquiry ithen made into the particular caiixeaof tbe low pnifita of our Inbor, aixl d.'lx M-ix y o capitul, aixl ftnir are avMixd. 'Hie inti-rtility (no wtrrilitm) of our hind the low pnee of ixjr xtnple, ( itton-ll'e c-t of mir trans. port in maiket, aixJ laf aixi Itntt, tbe want of oix or more naic searx ris; aixl occmmoii Ih luK'ii, on the alignment of the fourth cnuxe, to admit the value of arnports in general, Ixil to correct a ctrni- mon, and we think a dangenxia error, by which our want of porta has been rated ft our princiinil evil, and to reduce tlie want of port to its proper degree in the scale of our ilixodvnntxc. 'Hie Addn-ax then iocnx ntnx, as the sovcrt iuii reniedv tor all our evils, the melioration if ovr Agricvi. hire, winch it emphatically declare now is. and long will lx, our principal employment ; and point out the advarx-ement of our Agriculture as the true road tn nwnufacturra and to foreicn Coin men e, or, what it dee ma more leasihle, a lucrative conating trade. It deprecates all premature at. tempts to make us foreign trailers and manufactu rer. It places the preference of Agriculture to foretini lotuuMrce and .Manufucture on our pecut liar aptitude for it, and not upon any twpnraad in. triune value proper to it, over those other two euurces of naUoual wealth. It obviates tbe ob jection, to tha. improvement of our inland tmnx- uurt by the. State. It howa tlie practicalHlity iA Internal Improvement by an estimate rf the sa. ving to be etlocted on the freight of produce, by the example of England and New York, but cuitHy Troni tlie greiil inert ae ot!lravoTliii iu the Stat during the present century ; and it shows, Jr'm the etpricnce of Hail-wnye, that tbe law ot their profits i, that the trannportation of pus- aetigcrs u paid for at a higher rate, aixl yields a wrjjTr amount tnan yiat oi grxxi. tne wtioie plan of iniproTcnietit aidcviaW'thetiWnti.in is rt-ciimuxiixlod', with such alterations only an nmy obviate objections that have been made to its details. 1 he Address further suggests that an ex(x.;ritnent may be made on a road from Fayette- Vilte-on "our HoUTMern rtne, TO lh fiend (ir the Fe- tendxjrg and Norfolk Rail-ways, ami it imlicatex, aa an nHvnntiige peculiar to this mad, that it w ill embrjice lurgt mmou tf travelling, and will. without noutit, reiiay witn profit, it ruiouw Hint it be understood (in the Legislature of course,) that a general plan of improvement be adopted, to ah idy iocnt jealovtiti and- advoentee the- grwhnil execution of it by the completing, in succession, the sections of tlie work that proinixe to be most protitnbl Tbe advantages of improved commu nication on the wealth, nxirals, Und intellects, of mir citizD-iis, and on the political condition of the Slate, arc thettduly insisted on ; and, finally, it is advised that pledges be taken of the OK'iuberx of the As sembly, to support improvement. This is nront foe . a correct oulliue of the Aklresa. It n xonie thititf nxire,we dare to cotrjerttire, than w hat was expected bv a reader who had iio cdlier kixiwli'df stun and xulwtaixje, as given by tho Hanover ComniTttee. It will be perceived that the Address unhcaitatinglv advocates Internal Improvement rif mm as auxiliary it 'Agricutture-iiwi considers both foreign coinnierce and mamniM-turea as xulx.rdniati interests, and to proceed from the accumulation of lurniing capital. The whole of our argument i mnke Rail-roads and Canals, and that will im prove your lands and Commerce and Manufac tures will necessarily follow and with these three, will come public and private wealth, and political U.TM.JlAnyerJ manifested no disposition to take from the importance of A gfictir ture, and we - do them the jusMcjR to believe they have notie. They have however a very natural trailing to Cmmrrce, r and are very much inclined to magnify our resources for it ; and, not finding the Central Address favorable to this, their pre-concei-ved and indulged notion, they desire its total con demnation. To effect tbia, they nave not thought it advisable manfully to grapple with the argument of the Address' for improving our inland transport aa assistant to agriculture, but have hunted up sun dry eMail matters without and within the Address, even down to figurative expressions, f expressions sometime detiier fVi-tn the rvwifrrry and have ought, through thcari, to tring odium on the whole Tl.ia -ic "t alitsdmj w rc.m. axst erxsigti ui a very rcj"" t,; " .uk i .-ir dav. we have badts- xmall almre. , . .....i..I.Im iiritlMAliXI. in 1m mrUfi ia not in .xl rene and fr the love we bear the pr.-, ii" ill eixm be llmnce eiitlled. I low that will be, we knew not, but we are greally mistaken if i ba auLcraafuly applied to a printed cotilroyeray. The first attempt at exciting prejudice against the Address ia uxtde by Ixddmg it up M paper bdly ?rtoiaioix, usliered to the fsiblic af ter great dcliberatiiai, and with Mofi-ascd purjxjae of giving correct infonnaliow. Sow we have no it-aire to diriii any cnlicunn, either on tlie mat tor or at) U of Uia Addreaa. If llte are uu wor. thy of llui au'yjct and the olcmmsi n ii is au ig norant or weak performance why, IH it be am. demned. It U no cxcuae for any d these fault that it was written in haute. I low ever written, the public deaire wot, and have no right to be troubled with, a mean and dull performance. We surren der tlie Addreaa, without apology, to tbe most un string auiiiMidversiisi for real tuults, but we pro test against its cmxk iiinalKSi lor utuits tiuii nave tx fixirsiatKsi in fact. It is ixd just that it xlxmld be charged mi the Aixlreaa, that It is pup-r writ ten after gnat deliberation, or that il claim to leach aa tiavuig authority. Whatever are its de. nxiritx, Iheie i, we ran aufi ly say, uolhiug aaau ming or arrogant in it. Aixl it w as 1x4 uxlx-n-d in with any " pomp and circuiiiatance.' The Hano ver ('ouimitli'e are altogethr" iniinfornx,i aa to the tocu und-r which it was written, and we are willing to believe have innilvcrtently fallen into error a to them. A clx-r attculxsi tu tlxs Keso. lulxsi of iIm) Coou'tituxi, on the part of tho Han over Committee, would have showed that two du tu were impoxrdoti thcCoininittce 'todixai-niinate inforuiution " aixl " to pri-arv aixl publixh an Ad dreas." We ixed not remark, to ucnxais ao well acquainted with the force of language as the Hun over (Vinimttee, that tlxc lutter duly dx-s not nf ctiMirily nxrluilf the (inner. Whether there be any thing new in I Us Addreaa, ia not to LUc.jruint, It ibxs ix4 pnifewt to uiiwrt iid'oruialioii, aixl there fore is txt auliject to rotxleuiiuition, if a great deal of inxt ruction be ixjt fouixl in it. 'I'ln pn-pHratnsi ot' it was known to all of tbe Committee pn-M-nt and to the publisher ; it ia therefore suit, aud it may not be lort-ign to the suhx-ct, to say thut saa written at interval of lime in three or four ilsy bHorw its publicatKsi, by xx in ill iM-nlth, withiMit tlie iix-aux, tinx-, or bodily lability to sun mil to re-xurvli, and lli.fl oix: half of it wax writ. ten over from the nsigh draft whiUt the other half was in the Prem. It was not propone J to us to write it until it had la-en very properly ofle red lo abler men, who with isx cotiM-tit had naiue excuse. It w as derliiK-d by ux on I lie first application, mi arcixint of ill health, aixi liecan-, as we suggested, it -IhxjUI cons U-fiire the ixiblic with a naux? of greater ixte than ae cook give it, and another apphcatuai was recoluiixiixiitd to several (x-nxHisof ability, whom we nanx-d. 1 he arood applicatusi having toiled, aixl with it all Ix-iie of a more re xxctable paternity for the Addrexx, we rvluctuntly tiMiw-nted, arxl, bring absent until within a few days of the meeting of tlx Committee, we rwb-eni cd our - prntnee- urxler the dixadvantagea boibre mentioned. It I clerfully submitted to the judg ment of the Hanover Coiiiniittce, now the facts are known to them, to proixsnx-e whether the tirmeriti of the Address are aggrarcted by the circumstan ces under which it waa prepared The second charge against the Address, is, that it represents North Carolina to be in a deplorable condition, (it being still the eve of the Hanover Committee lo render the. Addreaa odious.)" We do indeed conf' ss bur axtcmiidiinerrt at the tecklexs nr of this charge. -Is the Address cold on the subject of w hat is laudalde in tlie State ? Is it inward of praise lo whatever is good or great or terms of the most hearty adiiuration, the extent of our uoble donutin, our benignant climate, our wise nuinenmas intelligent, moral, aud uxluxtrious peotde, and txir military and Revohitiunary glory,- and our national rank r-.Tbesn. our ptiymcal, moral, Irgal aixl political, blessiuga are described in tbe Address wjjJu.a fccvor of. loeUiig ami Uiiguage (may we.be pnidooed I for saying) not altogether unworthy, o tlxi theiue. v Tlie North Carolinian whom this does not satisfy is somewhat iixwliate of praise, aixl he who xhull say more, will give reason to believe that '' be is not out of those sturdy mo ralists wilhja hoin ttxa love ot' country ispoapoued to tlie ove ol trutu. ' v In tbe an me tisie, the Hanover Committee pre for, as a charge ugainst tbe Central Address, that in it the natural advantages f North Carolina' are disparaged aud, uavmg forgotten to nutka proot ol the charge when it was made, they veiy necessarily, as we think, add a schedule of text iirxxiy at "tlie eiiJ' of their publication. A reference to the retutatioti of the preceding charge, ill shew that tins same scncduie is a little one-sided. .ior is the ti-xtimonv to the punxixc for which it is ad duced. It is itxleed suid, in tlie Address, but in guanled and ciHx?iliiitory terms, that with tracts ot surpassing fi-rtihtv over our territory, and es pecially isir rivers, the general character of our i I i e h ii rIH ti and, ungralcful. uiakiug jcuuty returns for the labor expcixled unit. Is there a mortal man hardy etxsigh to deny the exact aixl UKukdW Mirxigh to bfotfended with it T How 1g it tm Hie Kuauokc, Tar, Neuse,. Trent, New River, and the Cape Fear, in the low country T Are not the . :' - il ' i i , . - the sqiinm miles of pinowixxls that lie in the in fervais lstwcen them ? We do not so well know the localities of the middle and mountain coun- ties, but does not all observation and report prove thai me ncHcription is applicable to them? Is it any disgrace, that our lands, in their virein state,- do not yield their liKrease except upon the sweat of our brows T Why, if that be a re. proa-aK-luMe..4t.witl alt-eitrie It is a- part of the original curse on the disobedience of (ttrT5tS -parents. " We cannot- fortwartn "my; tn reproof -of this termngarrt arortety. fhr the honor ot our soil, altncted by ,tlie Hanover Cnmmitte, that "their fatth in its eenernl fertititv is verv much against the evidence of their senses fjr if we forget not, the curse is graven at their . c j - j very doors, in characters so deeo and indelible. that they will not be effaced by the industry of viiotrirn. We pass over the item in the schedule as to t he production of Cotton, with the inquiry whether w .unpoicu uui u is our principal staple, and whether it would be scandalous to affirm that Cot ton Is not produced in our State as on the Red Ri. vef.lhe Yazoo, the Misisijipi, the Bend of the Afl.'rr-. tut In the I 8utD Car tlll'l aruiM W aa I ''ill Ma) - Wm i-onJl til tlui i Kan-a .i,l it I n nmch lalxired by (be Hanover Comuuttrs, mm-.iv' ' - - - - p, - ,T i ii i ri . that it di-xcnlx-s iia as Iikvuif nomam. .. i'1- liflving our foreign comns-rce and our ciauta,, trade carried tm in a great nrf-aaurt by ea owned in otlwr htnteai Aim) elsewhere aa w-( totul abarnre td einnrre," aixl for aaaigim, aa the fisirlb and teas! eflu ienl ratar tit the fa. preaaiorroi our iixiiunry, ine aani of Mai or Blot safe porta. Thai ia, to aum it up in wordt u strung a the Hanover Committee can rxwire a( acknow bilge that the Central Address, in ultanee but withisit the least desire to make it a reproach! csiidered that we are without foreign conimem .:.i - . . . I .. : v.. i - ,. i wiiihiui a oa ivainiHi inarux aixj II iniplie. (erf atrisigly, that we have no good porta. lx C.r pnxjeed to the justitkatnai of the view thus taaea of our foreign coinmene, shipping, ami porta, must ixdire a inMuke of tlie Hanover dminiillt that we know ixd Imx to account fr. Ine llano! ver Coinmitti-e argue, conaiautlv, as if a parallel had bt-eu run by the Central Address between thi coiiiinerce of Norfolk, Va., and that of North Car. Iina or Wilmington. Now (here is no ahadowt thia in tho Report. Norfolk ia only once nnd aixl Ih-u aa an rinmple, toalxiw that a good nun dMa tx t alaa imply conmx ree or a Urge town, aixi certniiily i not highly uextoll-d.Ht Ilotba llsnover Commiilee think it a coinnliment to ( comiix-rcial town, toaay that it is without rank as to pooulutuxi, and witlxxrt capital f We also re. mark I lint Wilmington m n4 lire subject of any -attack, ox-n or covert. Il was ix4 tlx ton-ign traile of NorfJk wliirk wia iu isir niuxl' eye w ben our foreign conuix-rce aixl our inariix- was rated ut ixiiliing. We pUc, North Carolina iu the 'first cliixxof Slates, iu u-f. nlory, and firt iu the xenxxl raok of htnlea, jg l'oHilution : aixl we knew Isit tixi well, witlxsii re. feteix-e to statistical talih-x, that xbe waa wix-fully Ix'linxl in rxiut id' foreign t 'oniux-rce. Werrgm tlmt He should lx obliged lossy so, but ill Bui r xadiM-ax her loreigti Ciiiuiiierei-, as c.oiuaired aTik that of many of the otbei Htiiies (either in refif eixM' to l'oMilntioti, or not) might Is? reckiss-d m lm than nothing, s it limit any alxise of biiiiuip-, withisit tlx lear id' Ixing iiiisnixk-rtsxl, and with out i.ilcix-e to truth or mtrioiim. I(v the Trettu ry Ki'jsirl on the Coinux-rce of the ( nited StiUr, of lite 'Z'iA 4' April l-U, it aq-ars Hint anxsig tho States that touch the Atlantic or at.y of lis; great liays that make liom it, North Carohi it pluced only U'lore the little Slates id' New Hamp shire, New Jersey, and iMawarc. And none nf llx-so four Mates, Ui avail om-x-Uesol tlx-font of an expn-ssive -qxinmit plira-e are within (lie distaix-e. Kven the District of ( 'olumlsa, with itl tea miles suoa re, all lxsui;li it is &-io,0IMI hnbiixJour imports, nxjre than disjhtlea our exxirts. We ix-ed txt reminil thi reader that our ei. ports and imports, direct from the Stute, do rx4 b-ar any proportion to the prxduce of air.Agrxu!-tun-. Hut it is ou the amount of our m iaul fo reign Commerce, arxl xir aptitude fflr it. that we are at i-xue with the Hanover Committee. Now, of (sir want of one or two safe in s,rts, can we osii pare iliuwgton,. in our opuuoii, our .beat- port, with Itoxton, New York, or Philadelphia ; or, lia vfng that, should we be so satisfied with its eeei lence, a to mnke it sinful to wish for a beitirt Itenufort may be our first jxirt, Isit we aie iix liixd to place it xecond. it is not as vet kixiwn, anen ralely, at least at a distance, w hat its capabilities are. Its actual tnnb-(we nx-nn is) oireix;e to csir Carteret frieixU) i yet in tlx- future toiwc. - ITu.tt; lumtu-ltj in it leeik-l The Amencaa Almanuc uf 133, on the authority of the New Vork Shipping and Couinicrcial Rcgiftcr, put Jta CoUon crop of Ns-tli Carolina, ia l -l :K bales ; and that of Kil. at 86Xt. la Una ta "tlninf, hd'allowaricr b;TrmiV fbr ttt-part tewei which find rrrway to market ttirmish the port of Vn ginia and South ( aroliua. We have Uie authority af pnnui v uiuinguu aiuncianu,aauiere aiauaie incrrnv of cultivation every year,. we shall ws we a'ra we, over extmiate oor(ott-n eren at fst.OUO balee, aad il riot' wnrth.leas thsn 2,000,000 at the present prier: tin, we think, will entitle it to the front rank, at let .in.uW.emy of our-aUpUi - '''Theh)iiaMrVSr-T ha a strong national likeness tu the eulogy of an Hx beruian hi uW family of Ins wile. . - Baling that bet ther and brother had oue to Botnny, and that she a been unjustly pi -a died ot' lifting, it wa Uie bubeatcat nUM itt tlx) wlaiie country. - We append a table of some of the nxwt tmporwa1 Statea with which we may be nan pared. The otba1 States present very mortifying ditlerenvcs between imisjita and tieifa : . ". ..';;.,'.;,"',.:"... ". ;;:!.....' IutflOTlt. New York, 5.XU18.444 Mnssscliuxetts, l!l,M!Utll lamwaina,. - -tSrWtft- Pennsylvania, l(irV)l,2."itl South Carolina, 1517.71)5 Marylnnd,- 5,4a7.IV7 North Caroluia, l'Jr-,758 jcBorta. , 25;H,117 . 0, (EW,113 IM,04.";r- 4,tr7n-'W K4345 ' 4,W,V!o7- 43a.o;i.,i Population. 7:,411 21-V7.V " 1, !)1VW 4..!1.1 fiin.ll Territory 49,51)0 isjure milea 49.atH) N. Carolina, f-oliwituia, New Vork, 4f,tHiO Pennsylvania, 47,i(M) 'rariSiilTSir! Maryland, 11,1V) Massachusetts, fi.TfiO AJHt ia wsasssi tlist Is duce of the Missisxippi River. MJU CALHOUN.. Tlie ) Richmond Wfiig blisereeorMr7"ranVsB''B letter to the Committee of Charlottesville, that K "Tlie proceedings of the Whig dinner at Char lottesville, on the 4th, will command universal ft terest. Where all is excellent, it woud be invidi ous to discriminate, yet we think Mr. Culhixw's letter the most impressive document of the day, and actually and nobly worthy of being printed - - We umkrsfnnd thai the Planters' ersf Mecha nics' Bank, ami the Union Bank, of this city, hav declined receiving the Government Deptisilcs- Ckarletlm Mercury. ' t The Washington Globe haa one article to shew that the President is not responsible for the misman!:enx of the Post Office, and another to prove that no prt the blame can be attached to the Post Master Gcnenl Tbe iniquity, we suppose, rests no where at all. "P mischief baa been perpetrated, but it was perpetrttej by nobody. We once heard of a similar case. "W yoo whistle, BilLT said a village echoolmitcr toafrj ward urchin.' "No, Sir 1 didn't." Whodid thru" "Nobody it wkiitleJ Hlf."houitjilU Jmirnd. . 1 rnneaare, and In Ui Male of AWu4 ,
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